Examples Of Creon In Antigone

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Antigone Relevance In the book Antigone by Sophocles the main character is Antigone and her sister Ismene. Their close brother Polyneices has died in a battle against his brother over the city. Antigone wants to give her brother a proper burial but Creon the new ruler, announces that if anyone buries Polyneices they will be put to death. Creon believes Polyneices was a traitor. Antigone defies the law, buries her brother, and is caught. When Creon locks her away in prison, she kills herself. The author applies many relative aspects to contemporary living. He includes, pride, stubbornness, mostly through creon and antigone and fate which deals with Antigone's whole family line. The author likes to show a fair amount of stubborness through

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